Immune boosting tips
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Whilst there are no magic pills you can take to protect yourself from getting sick, there are a number of things you can do to support the strength of your immune system and body's ability to m...
Breast cancer - a story of love, loss and transformation.
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My story is one of love, loss and transformation. It began four years ago with my husband's suicide.
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Decision making in times of crisis
27 February 2020
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The use of Complementary Medicine in Cancer Care
13 February 2020
Many patients with cancer seek Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAMs) during their cancer treatment (22% as an overall average, but up to 87% of women with breast cancer, and up to 50% of...
What is Oncology Massage
6 February 2020
The Power of Touch Therapeutic touch is a beautiful and powerful form of compassion and care. A hug, a simple brush of the knee, or a squeeze of a hand can convey reassuring support and comfort...
Dietary approaches in cancer
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Vegan, paleo, keto, low carb, mediterranean, intermittent fasting..... 
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What is Inflammation and why is it so important?

Posted by MIOG support team on 26 February 2021
What is Inflammation and why is it so important?
If you are a patient at MIOG, the word inflammation will not be new to you. Whether we are talking about an anti-in...
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